Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Body Shot |
Actors: Robert Patrick, Michelle Johnson, Ray Wise, Jonathan Banks, Kim Miyori
Director: Dimitri Logothetis
Genres: Drama, Mystery & Suspense
Member Movie Reviews
Debi E. (Deb3101972) from HUBBARD, OH
Reviewed on 9/14/2011...
This is a great movie. I enjoyed it very much. It is also called 'Framed by Seduction' which is how I ended up getting it on dvd. It's the exact same movie with a different title. I originally watched it because of the silly 80's movie 'Blame it on Rio'.
Michelle Johnson is Danielle/Chelsea
peterdao | Springfield, VA United States | 05/06/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)
"During the ten years that followed her successful debut as a hot teenager in "Blame It On Rio" opposite Michael Caine (1984), Michelle Johnson didn't seem to get lucky on any role she landed (including her double role in this not-so-cool thriller). Then she got married to baseball star Matt Williams in early 1999 and was given another chance in "Fallen Angel" (aka "Revenge") opposite Alexandra Paul, which turned out a surprisingly entertaining thriller. That being said, I suggest you check out "Fallen Angel" and enjoy Michelle's acting, unless you're more into her other assets (in that case, "Blame It On Rio" remains an all-time treat to the eyes)."
Give this movie a Shot
email@example.com | Australia | 04/12/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Micky Dane (Robert Patrick), a paparazzo photographer, is on the run after a photo shoot that leaves him framed for murder. This movie has great action, good acting and really catchy music. Body Shot is another Robert Patrick movie that I've seen multiple times(probably about 12 so far and still counting). You gotta love Patrick with his blond hair! I AM biased and give this a perfect 5 stars."
Keeps you guessing
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a keep you on the edge of your seat flick. Robert Patrick is incredible as he is in all films. I also liked the performance the cocky detective who tried everything to get Patrick's character charged for the murder, which he didn't commit. He made the movie even greater."